Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Time Split recording
Time Split recording
From: ajf <ajf_at_midmaine.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Oct 2003 11:14:01 -0400
Do you get smooth, continuous, accurately timed files with the time split
feature? The last time I tried it, I found it was losing a second or two
per hour, and the resulting time shift caused hourly file alignment to slip
after just a few hours.
If this has been fixed, I'll happily try it again.
Dave Jones writes:
> I ask because I've been using the time split feature to make hour long
> recordings. The panic error always seem to occur during the time split,
> which is another reason I think it must be a bug rather than a power
> supply problem.
> I don't want to give the impression that I can't make long recordings, I
> generally get at least 48 hours per go, sometimes quite a bit less,
> sometimes as much as 60-70 hours. But Rockbox always seems to panic at
> some point...
> At 08:43 AM 10/8/2003 +0200, Martin wrote:
>> To help out with the speculations on this:
>> I use my jukebox to timeshift radio. Also, to get an overview over a
>> stations output I often record full days at 48 kHz/quality setting 5.
>> I have sucessfully recorded for over 72hours more than one time
>> using rockbox and a connected power source. I only stopped because that's
>> all that fits on a DVD-R.
>> I am pretty sure that there is no power problem here.
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> Dave Jones P.E.
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Received on 2003-10-08